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Our first look at a Norwegian glacier
Our first look at a Norwegian glacier (Tilly Cantor)

It is Mid-May in Norway and we found snow! Our second to last stop brought us to our first Norwegian glacier. Although we didn't have an opportunity to get close, or walk on it. We did have a nice view from our room. Todays excursion was a bus ride to the top of Norways highest altitude freshwater dam. The drive took us through a couple seasons in a short 45 minutes. We started in spring and end in winter. It was a little nerve racking being in a bus on those tiny, and this time icy, mountain roads.  Our driver handled it like a champ. I only had thoughts of jumping out the window and walking maybe twice. Thankfully we made it safe and sound down the mountain and to our ship.

Our last true day of sailing before we arrived in Tromso for our flight home was a bit different than the rest of our trip. We had to make quick time and only stoped in Svolvear and at Trollfjorden for about an 2 hours. It wasn't really enough time to get off the ship so we opted to relax and pack to prepare for disembarkation the following day. When we arrived at Trollfjorden the brave soles on board had the opportunity to partake in the polar plunge! It was a cold and rainy day, and although you can often talk me into doing crazy things, like jump into the Norwegian sea, I decided to opt out of this one. 

We arrived early morning in Tromso and disembarked at 8am. We took a bus to the airport and said our goodbyes to some new found friends. This was definitely one for the books and we hope to make our way back to Norway in the future for another adventure. 

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